Healthy Living Club

Healthy Living Club

Club Heads

  • Isabel Goldman –
  • Scarlet Regoeid –
  • Mia Shainhouse
  • Keira Bhardi

Staff Advisors

  • Mr. Kamaleddine –

Meeting Info

  • Mondays at lunch
  • room is TBD

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Wildlife Club

Club Head

  • Alice (

Staff Advisors

  • Ms. Lee (

Meeting Info

  • Bi-Weekly Wednesday at lunch
  • Room 422

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Club Description

All students who are interested or like animals are all welcome to NT Wildlife Club. Our club is good to learn about animals, their structure, characteristics, and habits. And various ways to conserve wildlife and endangered animals. Also, we provide all fun activities related to animals, so check all the social media and feel free to ask any questions that you have.

What are we doing in the club?

In the NT wildlife club, we learn about the structures, characteristics and habits of a lot of animals. We also contain various activities and it’s the best opportunity to gain new experiences and also make new friends who have similar interests. More specific information about the club is on the club outline so check it out!

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Black Student Alliance Club


  • Iman Alleyne (
  • Lilly Kanyamunyu (


  • Mrs. Hew (


  • Every Tuesday
  • Room 438
  • During Lunch


Google Classroom – 2ywamon


There is weekly crafting, board games, and creative activities, plus many opportunities for students to connect and develop their leadership skills. BSA is a safe space for students to voice their concerns and create positive change.


Wellness Committee

Club Executives

  • Selina Lee (
  • Barira Manzoor (
  • Alisa Lukinykh (
  • Eunseo Jo/Ariel (
  • Saanvi Satish (

Staff Advisor

  • Jenny Hayden (


  • Coming soon…

Social Media

  • Coming  soon…

Club Activities

Coming soon…

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CodeHers Collective NTCI Chapter

Club Executives

  • President: Jasmine Lem (
  • President: Melinda Gao (
  • Junior Club Head: Cathay Li (

Staff Advisor

  • Gabriel Golubovici 


  • Wednesdays on Week 2s (Bi-weekly) at 3:45PM

  • Meetings are virtual through Google Meet 

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Recent Post

CodeHers’ second python workshop is this Wednesday, November 24 from 3:45-4:45pm!


If you couldn’t make it to our first meeting, don’t worry! We will catch you up on what you missed.


The zoom link can be found in our bio.


Please go to Instagram: @codehers_ntci for earlier posts.

Club Activities

CodeHers Collective is a student-led organization, and was founded to help inspire and encourage girls to pursue coding – now it’s coming to NT!


We will be holding after school workshops every other Wednesday (Wednesdays on Week 2s). This year, the workshops will be teaching Java. Not only is it a useful language to know, but it will help prepare junior students for the grade 12 computer science course later on (ICS4U).


This club is low-commitment, meaning that once you sign up, you will get club updates but will not be required to attend every workshop. It is more of a drop-in basis. Don’t forget that beginneers and new members are always welcome!

Questions or Comments

International Club

Club Executives

  • Natalia Cullen (
  • Adeliia Hrechaniuk (

Staff Advisor

  • Emily Matysek


  • Tuesdays at Lunch in Room 317

Social Media

  • Instagram: @ntci_international_club

Club Activities

More Information coming soon!




Jewish Culture Club

Club Executive

  • Justine Sneiderman (

Staff Advisor

  • Jennifer Schwartz (


  • Meeting Place: Room 335

  • Meeting Days: Tuesdays
  • Meeting Time: Lunch

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Club Activities

The Jewish Student Union (JSU) program is an initiative of NCSY , a Jewish not-for-profit organization that operates in communities throughout North America, South America, and Israel. Open to all students regardless of religious background, JSU clubs facilitate students’ pride in their own heritage and cultural understanding with friends and neighbours within the school community.


Currently in nearly 200 high schools in North America, JSU facilitates Jewish “culture clubs” featuring interactive activities, holiday-related programs, engaging discussions on Jewish values, and leadership and social action opportunities. North Toronto Jewish Student Union Club is a club dedicated to enriching the knowledge of Jewish culture, and creating a safe space for students to learn about Judaism with experienced Rabbis and mentors. The goal of Jewish club is to inspire individuals to learn more about Jewish religion and practices.


We will be giving out many prizes including gift cards and more! Come to Jewish club to win prizes, play games, and learn about Judaism!


Join or more information

Salt & Light Club

Club Executive

  • Lilly Kanyamunyu (

Staff Advisor

  • Mr. John Taylor (


Meeting Place: Room 326

Meeting Days: Wednesday

Meeting Time: Lunch

All are welcome to join.  No need to RSVP.  Drop in.

Pizza lunches and drinks are served.

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Club Activities

The Salt & Light Club meets weekly on Wednesday at lunch in Room 326.  Typically we would enjoy our time together over pizza and drinks with our members and guests.  Each week we draw on Biblical texts, videos, or guest speakers with excellent teaching to inspire us for the week ahead.  Our Club has drawn from wide variety of Christian and non-Christian audiences:  Coptic, Catholic, Orthodox, Evangelical, Salvation Army, Jewish, Gospel, Muslim, and Non denominational.  We are delighted to share this time together.  Ultimately, this unique time offers a respite from our busy and bustling schedules, a time to be still, and quiet, and to reflect and pray about life’s most important issues, all too often to which we assign insufficient time.  

Everyone is welcome to join us at Salt & Light!  

Please fill in the form below and one of our leaders will be in touch with further information. 


Culture, Learning & Wellness

Club News

Red & Grey Day Returns

Red &. Grey Day – an annual tradition- returns for the first time in two & a half years on Wednesday May 25th. The event allows students to participate in

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Fall Investment Contest Winners

The Finance Club held its first investment contest of the year as part of Junior Achievement’s Investment Simulation Program. Andrew T. won with a 24.4% return on investment in the

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Junior Open Toronto Case Competition

Two North Toronto students – Aveen & Elena – participated in the Junior Open Toronto Case Competition this past August. The competition, hosted by the University of Toronto Schools, featured

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DECA Provincials

Forty North Toronto students competed in the DECA Provincial competition and thirteen won certificates because of their placing in the top ten. Congratulations to Jasmine Lem and Lee-Ashley Keshet for

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Peer Assistance Leadership (PALs)

Club Executives

  • George Trendafilov (
  • Juanne Nasser Mostofi (
  • Kira Cho (
  • Soori Cho (
  • Yvonne Gibney (
  • Annabella Vlitas (

Staff Advisor

  • Hanaa Mekhael ( 
  • Brian Barnswell (
  • Emily Matysek (


  • NTCI PALs events & programming will be announced in the Fall 2023. Follow announcements & social media.

Meeting Information

  • No set meetings, just at events

Club Activities

This program works to promote school unity and a sense of community by developing ties between senior and junior students. Serving all new students, this program involves approximately 100 North Toronto students whose prime responsibility is to help new students feel more comfortable in the transition to high school.


The success of the program is evident in the number of students who apply to be a PAL each year.

Request a PAL Mentor

  • If you are in Grade 9, request a mentor by completing this form.

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